Award-winning UK-based Ghanaian gospel artiste Sonnie Badu has undergone a major surgery following a domestic accident yesterday.
Announcing the unfortunate incident on his Facebook wall this evening with pictures of him in the hospital and also in crutches, the Baba artiste disclosed that he was doing well. ( Related article: You’re useless if another man takes care of your child – Sonnie Badu)
He also noted that the unexpected accident will not stop his upcoming ‘Sonnie Badu Live In Concert - Rhythms of Africa’ scheduled to hold at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) on December 9.
“Beloved, I wish to announce that I was involved in a domestic accident yesterday and had to undergo a major surgery.
By the grace of God, I am doing well and recuperating.
I want to wholeheartedly apologize to the Churches and media houses that expected my presence in the last day and got disappointed.
In the name of Jesus, I want to assure the good people of Ghana and everywhere else that *‘Sonnie Badu Live In Concert - Rhythms of Africa’* would still come off on Saturday, Dec 9, 2023.
Grab your tickets and come witness the glory and presence of God.
The devil really tried it, but we only win ..
#lion #BaduIsBack #Titanium #AsanteKotoko #WokumAbemApemBeba (sic),” he posted.
MOG Music, Piesie Esther, Joe Mettle, Nacee and Perez Musik from Ghana, as well as Neon Adejo and Preye Odede from Nigeria are some of the artistes who will be performing at 'Sonnie Badu Live in Concert-Rhythms of Africa' concert.
The event is being held in partnership with Image Bureau, an events company founded by Media Personality and Communications professional, George Quaye.